Set your password to an acronym of the words of a favorite song, poem, prayer, or Bible verse. Mix up the case (upper/lower) a bit, and substitute some numbers or special characters to improve security. Benefits:
- You end up with a very high-quality, hard-to-guess password.
- Every time you type it, you're reminded of your song, poem, prayer, or scripture passage. It can even prompt you to brief prayer, in a very Brother Lawrence sort of way.
Example: Take the first verse of the well-loved Psalm 23:
The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want
Mix in a couple special characters:
Voila - a fairly high-security, relatively easy to remember password...which also reminds you, every time you log in, that God's got your back.
Is good, no?
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